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Marshall England JVM-410H 100w Electric Guitar Tube Amplifier Amp Head Preowned

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  • Regular price $ 1,999.95


Welcome, you are looking at a great piece.
This is the 2007 Marshall JVM410H Tube Amplifier Head.
Marshall is synonymous with rock guitar tones.
Since the 60's, a Marshall head and 4x12 cab has been the recipe for the quintessential rock tone.
This JVM410 spans the full range of incredible Marshall tones- from classic crunch to modern high gain.
This beauty features a quad of EL34's and five 12ax7's.
This brings 100 watts of all tube power to the table.
EL34's are the go-to tube for those chasing the British flavor, so the gain tones here are just incredible- warm yet articulate.
The 4 channels here operate more like 12- each channel has 3 selectable modes.
The Clean channel brings you everything from tube cleans to a pushed Nashville crunch.
The Crunch channel takes you into a solid rhythm chunk zone- with that classic Marshall tone right at your fingertips.
Switch over to the Overdrive 1 channel and all the Marshall glory is at your fingertips.
Taking over where OD1 left off is OD2- this channel offers everything from rhythm crunch to rock overdrive to full tilt saturation.
Add to that the Presence and Resonance controls and you can really dial in virtually any Marshall tone you are chasing.
Each channel has its own 3 band eq and Reverb control so you can voice them perfectly.
The Reverb here is impressive- adds depth to rhythms and tails to leads without being overbearing.
On the back of the amp you'll find dual effects loops, and an emulated XLR out.
A very versatile design.
The included 6-button footswitch is programmable- allowing you to set your favorite setting with channel, reverb, and effect loop settings.
This Marshall is in very good overall condition as you can see in pictures- typical small marks from normal use.
Tested and works as it should.
This JVM includes the manual and footswitch.
This is your chance to get your hands on an incredible head from one of the most trusted names in amps- Marshall England.
Don't pass this by!